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    Rujuta Diwekar Shares Foods To Munch On For Preventing Post Covid Hair Loss

    Have been losing a lot of hair lately? Here are some expert approved tips along with dos and don'ts that you should follow.
    Updated at - 2021-08-11,18:12 IST
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    Patients from around the world reported a lot of problems that persisted even after covid. Not only Covid was responsible for causing fatigue syndrome in people but it resulted in a lot of reporting unreasonable hair loss. This became so big that people started digging remedies for the same over the internet, they bought products and took therapies and what not.

    However, hair loss is not as big a problem as it took to be, it can be treated by using simple tips and tricks along with a few dietary dos and don’ts. So, if you too are troubled by hair loss then stop looking all over as we have got some really simple tricks from expert nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar just for you!

    Important Nutrients That Promote Hair Growth And Stop Hairfall

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    • Omega 3 Fatty Acids
    • Vitamin E
    • Folic Acid

    Do not go looking for these nutrients elsewhere, you have it all in the food you eat regularly. Yes, you do not need any supplements or tablets of any sorts  to fight hair loss, all you need is to follow the below given dos and don’ts that will help you with all your hair troubles easily.


    You should start adding a teaspoon of homemade white makhan to your breakfast and do this every day. White makhan is full of milk proteins and saturated fats, vitamin A and D, and is great not only for your health but also for your hair. Along with that, it is rich in antioxidants and vitamin E that can further combat the post covid hair loss.

    Aliv Laddoo

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    The next tip is to consume one aliv laddoo each day. These laddoos are high in calcium, have vitamins such as Vitamin A, C(vitamin C rich fruits) and E.  Therefore they nourish the scalp and stop hair fall also helps in making your hair thicker and less frizzy after regular consumption.

    Rice And Dal

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    Rice and dal, are one of the simplest and the healthiest foods to munch on. They can also make your air great if you take them for dinner at night. Filled with Vitamin A, C, E(vitamin E rich foods), and K, all at once, they not only are perfect foods for health but also for your hair.

    Paneer Parantha

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    Instead of rice and dal, you can also have paneer paranthas for dinner. Paneer is filled with protein that helps nourish the scalp, making it healthy. It also helps in the growth of new hair. It is also a fount of vitamins and anti-inflammatory properties. That comes in handy for preventing hair loss.

    Things You Shouldn’t Do

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    You Should Not Skip Your Morning Meals

    The food that you consume in the morning gives you the energy to function during the day. Also, the nutrients of this meal get absorbed by the body almost instantly as the body has rested well before it. So, if you want to prevent hair loss then do not skip your breakfast.

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    Don Not Sleep Late

    Sleeping late can make your body tired and may result in a buildup of stress and anxiety. You should therefore try and regulate your lifestyle and sleep well in time.

    Do Not Remove Rice From Your Diet

    Rice is a good source of protein and is great for hair and thus you must never plan on skipping out the rice from your diet.

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    Try these remedies and maintain your healthy hair, stay tuned to Her Zindagi for more.

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